Leadership Roundtable seeks to elevate and implement best practices in management and leadership to establish a culture of co-responsible, servant leadership for a healthy, thriving Catholic Church in the United States. The Crimsonbridge Foundation recently made a capacity-building grant to Leadership Roundtable to hire their first Bilingual/Bicultural Communications Manager, as the organization expands its communications to be more inclusive. This commitment to fully bilingual communications has positive implications for dioceses, parishes, schools, and families across the country.
This partnership is part of the Crimsonbridge Foundation’s Bridges Program, which seeks to strengthen nonprofit communications capacity and develop tools to more effectively reach and engage with bilingual and Spanish speaking families. “Bilingual communications can empower, connect, and strengthen parishes throughout the United States,” said Gabriela Smith, founder and executive chair of the Foundation. “This partnership with the Leadership Roundtable builds on the Crimsonbridge Foundation’s work with the Archdiocese of Washington to use strategic bilingual communications to build bridges between families, schools, and parishes.”
Learn more in this press release from the Leadership Roundtable.